redefinition


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redefinition

(ˌriːdɛfɪˈnɪʃən)
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the act of redefining (something)
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Noun1.redefinition - the act of giving a new definition; "words like `conservative' require periodic redefinition"; "she provided a redefinition of his duties"
definition - a concise explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase or symbol
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The decision was taken during the hearing of petition submitted by Haroon (in the name of state) seeking redefinition of life sentence duration.
Although in everyday life it will appear that not much has changed, the redefinition of the kilo will ensure it remains stable, and enable more accurate mass measurements in the future.
Both organisations contributed to the redefinition of the kilogram, part of the redefinition of the base system of units by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.
Chacraborty has proposed a redefinition of Hawking temperature to obtain the universe bounded by the event horizon as a Bekenstein system [26].
Expanding from this baseline, Lantis offers continuing challenges to norm structures from elite actors conducting top-down contestation and redefinition. A social construction of technology lens allows one to see where multiple cases show technological change driving national leadership (specifically that of the United States) to consider new approaches to international norms.
Her proposals are far reaching and amount to nothing less than the state redefinition of reality which it expects us to endorse.
Ademi from SDSM added that he didn't understand the concept of REDEFINITION platform even after it was explained.
Fiduciary redefinition. About the DOL's proposed conflict-of-interest, or fiduciary redefinition, rule, Borzi says, with all the comments and discussions, the agency has been learning things.
This stance is apparent throughout all areas of the council's governance, from West Midlands Combined Authority proposals, egotistical capital spending schemes that benefit no-one, planning decisions and including their redefinition of the word 'consultation'.
At present, 12 UN agencies, along with the Secretary General, have announced their diabolical plan to force the world to accept a redefinition of marriage (and tying themselves up in knots in the process).
Based on existing plans, many believe the redefinition will happen at this time, Stock says.
"The crisis that sadly the family is experiencing today will only be aggravated by imposing this redefinition of marriage.